Cormega returns for his first album in three years. The topics probably haven't altered a lot from before, being mostly about the state of hip hop, the culture and race issues, but Mega does it in more detail than most and it's different enough to catch the ear. He also flows brilliantly on some songs such as 'Rap Basquiat'. The beats, by the legendary Large Pro, aren't as great as the ones on his most recent solo album, Professor @ Large, but he doesn't disappoint too much. The only real negative is Cormega's voice. While it's a helluva lot better than being annoying or bad, it just doesn't have that distinctiveness or power to it which is something I have felt with other Cormega projects I've checked as well. A good album though. The vets are still doing it.
Best Tracks: MARS, Industry, Rap Basquiat.